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Happy Nomads Yurt Camp – Home 2427834 Yurt

  • 3 bedrooms
  • 15 sleeps
  •  min stay varies

Yurt / 3 bedrooms / 6 bathrooms / sleeps 15

Key Info

  • Child friendly
  • Ask about pets
  • Private garden

Description from owner

Description

Happy Nomads Village is a unique village with kyrgyz yurts that provides bed and breaksfast, shower, WiFi, Kyrgyz language courses in Karakol, Issyk Kul, Kyrgyzstan

Village is run by english speaking family.

At the moment our village owns three kyrgyz yurts with 20 beds. Also we will be happy to have you with your own tents in our village.

The Issyk Kul Province region

The Kyrgyz Republic is a country located in the north-eastern part of Central Asia. It borders with Kazakhstan in the north, with Uzbekistan in the west, with Tajikistan in the south-west, with China in the east and south-east.

Total area: 199,900 km2

Length of state border: 4,503 km

Capital: Bishkek

Languages: national language is Kyrgyz, official language is Russian.

Administrative division: 7 regions, 40 administrative districts, 22 cities and towns, 429 rural municipalities

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Happy Nomads Village is a unique village with kyrgyz yurts that provides bed and breaksfast, shower, WiFi, Kyrgyz language courses in Karakol, Issyk Kul, Kyrgyzstan

Village is run by english speaking family.

At the moment our village owns three kyrgyz yurts with 20 beds. Also we will be happy to have you with your own tents in our village.

The Issyk Kul Province region

The Kyrgyz Republic is a country located in the north-eastern part of Central Asia. It borders with Kazakhstan in the north, with Uzbekistan in the west, with Tajikistan in the south-west, with China in the east and south-east.

Total area: 199,900 km2

Length of state border: 4,503 km

Capital: Bishkek

Languages: national language is Kyrgyz, official language is Russian.

Administrative division: 7 regions, 40 administrative districts, 22 cities and towns, 429 rural municipalities

Largest cities: Bishkek, Osh, Jalal-Abad, Karakol

Population: 5.6 million people

Population density: 29 people/km

Ethnic groups: Kyrgyz people 72%, Uzbeks 14.3%, Russians 6.9%, other 6.8%

Time: + 6 hours from Greenwich time (GMT + 06:00)

Currency: Kyrgyz som (KGS)

Telephone code: +996

Domain name: kg

Geographical information:

Kyrgyzstan is a landlocked country. More than of the country is mountainous. The highest point is Pobeda Peak (7439 m). The lowest point of Kyrgyzstan is located in Batken region, at an altitude of 401 m above sea level. The average altitude of the country is about 2750 m.

Throughout the country there are two major mountain systems. They are Tien-Shan in the north-east and Pamir-Alay in the south-west. In Kyrgyzstan there are 40,000 large and small rivers, over 2,000 lakes, 8,000 glaciers.

Climate:

Most of the country is located in the temperate climate zone, the southern regions are in the zone of subtropical climate. In general, the climate is continental, but in Issyk-Kul region it's close marine climate. The average January temperature is between -4C and -14C, the average July temperature is between +17C and +38C.

Karakol

Karakol is a city in Kyrgyzstan to the east of Lake Issyk Kul.
Karakol is a true gem in the rough, just awaiting a master jeweler to polish it up. It holds great potential as a future tourism destination, offering year-round trekking, mountaineering, skiing, and spaaing opportunities, set in a picture-perfect setting of traditional Russian homes.
This town was formerly called Przhevalsk during the Tsarist and Soviet era. It is located at the far end of the Issyk Kul, nestled in the Tian Shan mountains, and is the capital of the Issyk Kul Oblast (province).


Mountain view near Karakol
The city was originally founded by Russian Tsarist troops as a military outpost, and it is the resting place of Nikolai Przewalski (Przhevalskiy), the famed Polish-Russian explorer and naturalist. It is a city of traditional Russian houses, nestled between the Tian Shan mountains and Lake Issyk Kul.

Dungan Mosque This is one of the few mosques that dodged Soviet destruction. It was built in 1910 by the local Dungan community (Muslim people from north-east China, who in the 19th century had escaped from oppression by the Chinese government on account of their religion) as a house of worship. Completely of wood without nails, it is painted in numerous colors. It is still used as a Muslim house of worship, and tourists are gladly welcomed.
Holy Trinity Cathedral This traditional Russian wooden cathedral with an onion dome has recently undergone extensive restoration work, paid for by the local Slavic community.
Regional Museum This museum hosts numerous archeological bits from the Scythian era and many stuffed animals, culled from the mountains. While there is much to see, little of the information available is in English, and the staff do not speak English. Still, the place is worth a visit.
Przewalski/Przhevalskiy Museum and Memorial Set a few miles outside the city, the museum hosts the life story of one of the world's great explorers, who died in Karakol in 1888. It is a true testimonial to Russian colonization of Central Asia. The staff here speak English. To the rear of his resting place lies the remnants of a Soviet torpedo testing facility. The museum can be reached by taxi, or by the very old-looking buses (often orange) that line up near the small park with the statue on Toktogula st.
Zoo, Near stadium. The Karakol zoo has many native species native to Kyrgyzstan such as bears, wolves, camels, and various hoofed creatures. edit
Victory Park (Park Pobedi), Telmana/Abdrakhmanova (Go all the way up Abdrakhmanova until it dead ends.). Classic soviet style park and monument. Nice trees and paths. edit
Animal Bazaar, (south of the city, along lenina). Mentioned in most guidebooks, this can be a very interesting affair. Starts early Sunday mornings. Regional herders/shepherds and farmers gather in Karakol to sell sheep, horses, dogs, goats, and other animals. edit
Slavyonski Bazar. This is a local flea market where one can find all sorts of household goods and soviet treasures.

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Families

  • Great for children of all ages
  • Some pets are welcome - please contact the owner

Bed & bathroom

  • Bedroom 1: 5 Single Beds
    Bedroom 2: 5 Single Beds
    Bedroom 3: 5 Single Beds
  • 2 Shower rooms, 4

Amenities

  • Wi-Fi available
  • Private garden
  • Internet access
  • Safe
  • Fridge
  • Microwave
  • Linen provided
  • Towels provided

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Access

  • Parking
  • Secure parking
  • Not suitable for wheelchair users

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Payment
This rental can only be paid for online through Holiday Lettings using your credit/debit card or PayPal (never by bank or wire transfer).
Smoking
Yes, smoking allowed
Cancellation policy
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About the owner

Tynchtykbek Z
Response rate:
50%
Calendar updated::
31 May 2014

Languages spoken: English, German, Russian


This Yurt has 3 bedrooms, 6 bathrooms and sleeps 15. It’s been listed on Holiday Lettings since 04 Jun 2014. Located in Issyk Kul Province, the average weekly rate is £0.

The Owner has a response rate of 50% and the property’s calendar was last updated on 31 May 2014.

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